AGIS Committee

Each year the Committee is comprised of current BPTC students elected by student vote in early Michaelmas Term.

AGIS Committee 2016-17

As elected in September 2016:

  • Gethin Thomas, President
  • Patrick Tomison, Secretary
  • Joel Semakula, Treasurer
  • Kort Egan, Social Secretary
  • Miriam Boxberg, Publicity Officer
  • Sian Elin Hughes, Welfare Officer
  • Phoebe Whitlock, Law Journal Editor
  • Denecia Guerrero-Samuel, City University Law School Representative
  • Shweta Nandy, BPP London Representative 
  • University of Law Representative
  • Pavandeep Kaur, BPP Birmingham Representative
  • Catherine Ravenscoft, UOL Birmingham Representative
  • Wil Bebb, Cardiff Representative
  • Jade Ferguson, UOL Leeds Representative
  • Anastasiya Sattarova, BPP Leeds Represendative
  • Niamh Ross, BPP Manchester Representative
  • Louise Wiggins , MMU Manchester Representative
  • Philip Jones, BPP Manchester Representative
  • Victoria Alicea, Nottingham Representative
  • Rachel Scott, Northumbria Representative
  • James Mongomery, UWE Representative

Committee roles

President

  • The President has ultimate responsibility for the Committee's activities and events and represents the Committee by attending the Inn’s Barrister and Student Committee meetings
  • The President is the chief liaison between the Committee and the Education Department

Secretary

  • The Secretary is the organisational heart of the Committee and is primarily responsible for ensuring smooth administration throughout the year
  • In the absence of a Vice-President, the Secretary acts as deputy for the President
  • The Secretary manages the organisation of committee meetings including distributing an agenda and keeping minutes
  • The Secretary also sits on the Barrister's Committee

Treasurer

  • The Treasurer is responsible for the annual budget allocated to AGIS and is the primary liaison between the Committee and the Inn’s Director of Education and Accounts Department as the bank with regard to recording and management of the AGIS accounts

Social secretary

  • The Secretary is the organisational heart of the Committee and is primarily responsible for ensuring smooth administration throughout the year
  • In the absence of a Vice-President, the Secretary acts as deputy for the President
  • The Secretary manages the organisation of committee meetings including distributing an agenda and keeping minutes
  • The Secretary also sits on the Barrister's Committee

Publicity officer

  • The Publicity Officer's chief role is to produce and distribute publicity and to market AGIS events

Welfare officer

  • The Welfare Officer is the primary peer contact for any student seeking assistance in relation to pastoral matters

Law Journal editor

  • The Editor is responsible for publishing and editing the Gray’s Inn Student Law Journal, a bi-annual collection of legal articles written by members of Gray’s Inn and uploaded on the Inn’s website

BPTC provider representatives

  • Representatives, both at the London providers and on Circuit, create and maintain channels of communication between the Inn’s Education Department, the Bar course providers and students

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